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america is doing. we're saving yo $150illion over the next ten years in healthare. you're going to have no eexisting condition be an object. we have met the preside's rk. that was tough. and guess wt? the public opti has ce rawing back, and even though the senate is going to put that in their bill -- >> i don't tnk it's going to get through with all tha there's a lot o peoe in the democratic party, we tked to a lot of them, they weren't supportive of a public option. the 1990 pag dument, i'd love tonow how man on capito hil have red it. the goal of ncy pelosierself is, 90% of citizens in health care. >> that is not true. i can't lethat go b on about 1 million people qualy to be inhe public opon. at she said was our bil covers 96% ofhe american people. almost everyone wille in their own employe based healt care. >> not employ option but some form of government controll healthare. >> bonnie: that's it's! >>> from hlth to home. women may beaking gains in the workforce. but wh it comes to household anchors, even children sll -- anchor -- chores, even children sll believe it's a woman's do
levs in corporate america and a lot of their husbands d't work, theytay home with the kids. if anything would go awr i wod bet those women would e up payglimony. >> alimony is odated in ny respects, b if y've given up your career and your li and you've raised thehildren i think you'rentitled to lifeme payments. my conrn is that a l o these proposals to the legislatures, they want to cut off alimonyt retirement, when you turn 63 or 65, or rirement age. >> bonnie: his is kind of too long topic for a short discsion but given up their ves, how many womenould say they gave u evething to have children as opposed to it was a choice and what they wted to do withtheir lives? >> it is a choe but when you ke decisionsased on husbands d wives, who i goingo take care of the children? anybody has been out of the workrce for ten years and trs to go back in, doesn't know how t use e-mail or powerpoint you're taking urself out of the workforce for aumber of years, it's hard for you to catch up and you'll start at a ler-paying job. it won't put you ithe position you wer in. if you spent 3 years takin ca
% of the women make up the ceo levels in corporate america and a lot of their husbands don't work, they stay home with the kids. if anything would go awry, i would bet those women would end up paying alimony. >> alimony is outdated in many respects, but if you've given up your career and your life and you've raised the children i think you're entitled to lifetime payments. my concern is that a lot of these proposals to the legislatures, they want to cut off alimony at retirement, when you turn 63 or 65, or retirement age. >> bonnie: this is kind of too long a topic for short discussion but given up their lives, how many women would say they gave up everything to have children as opposed to it was a choice and what they wanted to do with their lives? >>t is a choice but when you make decisions based on husbands and wives, who is going to take care of the children? if abody has been out of the workforce for ten years and tries to go back in, doesn't know how to use e-mail or powerpoint, you're taking yourself out of the workforce for a number of years, it's hard for you to catch up and you'll sta
reviewed, the america the amerir ciety recomme women 40 and over get a routineammogram every one to two years. >> breast cancers the seventh mo common cause of death for women inhe u.s. and more than 192,000 won will beiagnosed with the disease this yea >> i didn't find my tumor because of luck, i fnd it cause of knowlge and awarenes i was 41 years o. so under these newuidelines, i would not have had a mammogram, i would not have done self exam because th task force is also recommending ainst self exam, and i'mot sure i'd be here to be doing this interview wh you. >> delegat holmes norton, was th done to save lives or mone >> bone, i'mfraid these guelines have fallen victim to the rolleroaster world o brst ccer science. that what you gethen that happen changes. from one group of guidelis protectors t another. > well, this is what happens when you havea rationing run healthcare >> i really don't kw why this was done, but the gd thing is that the sretary has me vy clear that government policy is not set by these regulions, it wa not set in the pt and will not be setn the future by these r
to learn unfortunately in america the law can be manipulated, the law can have people on the beh who have a particular political persuasion and they make their judgments predicated on that. one of the great stories of lenny was he was arrested for saying, you know, so-called dirty words in a club and at the trial the cop who arrested him was on the stand reading lenny's bit and of course it's not funny. then the c-sucker went to -- you know what i mean? ley's going man, just let me do my act! because it was offensive, it wasn't funny when some cop did it. now i'm disparaging cops. but they're not all standup comics. dick gregory, i remember when i was a kid i saw him on tv and he said you better lefevour at me, i may move in next door toup. i said this guy, i said yeah, you know, it was like -- and he, dick had this kind of, this professorial thing about him but he also had this warmth and -- i mean he was astounding. and i think he is not as remembered and revered as he should be, dick gregory. i mean when you think of the historical significance. >> i see your point. before you go to ge
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